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Designing electrical equipment from safety perspective is also a crucial design issue which will not be addressed here. To conclude, every electrical equipment has to be monitored to protect it and provide human safety under abnormal operating conditions. This job is assigned to electrical protection systems. It encompasses apparatus protection and system protection. Guides are free to download. In case of inductive circuit the current lags behind the voltage and in case of capacitive circuit current leads the voltage..

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Latest The standard IEC practice workbook. The basics of MV switching equipment for protecting electrical installations. Working with trip characteristic curves of low voltage circuit breakers. Elements of power distribution systems. Premium Membership. More Information. Electrical Engineering Books and Technical Guides. Electrical Protection Systems Electrical power system operates at various voltage levels from V to kV or even more.

It is necessary to avoid these abnormal operating regions for safety of the equipment. Even more important is safety of the human personnel which may be endangered due to exposure to live parts under fault or abnormal operating conditions. Related EEP's content with sponsored links. I don't think it exists as a.

You might check with GE including your local sales engineer. Actually, I just got my hands on the entire thing completely free a few weeks ago. Now you might be thinking what I thought about a year ago. That doesn't do me any good where I live. Well, there is something called an interlibrary loan where you just go to your local library and they can probably arrange a loan with one of those two. I did this at my local big city library and laters, I'm walking out of the library with this book in my hands!

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I know that isn't as good as getting a free pdf instantly. But, trust me, I tried to find it on the net from all different angles and came up completely empty handed. It shows up on amazon. Years ago I found mine in a trash can when a middle mananger retired.

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They were about pages and bound in a bider with rods not rings. Sometime in the early seventies or maby before they stopped printing them. Beeman worked for GE and lots of the material in the Data book went into it. Google Books? Nope, that's not it. A quick search for ""Industrial Power Systems Handbook" Beeman" returns some links for a pdf to download, they are from rapidshare and 4shared.

Not sure about those sites. Being published in it may be public domain, I am not up on all the copyright laws.

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I have posted it once before. It is one o fthe best treatments of DC short circuits I have seen. BJC, Thanks for sharing that file!

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But, while you may be aware of it, others may not realize that that file's 8 pages are only the last of five sections under the tab "D-C System Short-circuit Current Calculations. The transient resistance numbers discussed for these machines are absolutely critical to any fault current analysis involving these machines. The bibliography for that first section may also represent the best of the old AIEE white papers on this subject.

I thought someday I would get around to scanning them but now I don't have to. Well, I must be lucky.

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I have my father in laws book by Beeman that he gave me when he retired and I have the GE original one in the binder that I recovered at a previous employer's site that was being disposed up. BJC, If you ever find yourself with time to scan that lot then please post the whole thing. You got any apprentices at your place?

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  • Sounds like a great job for an apprentice or an intern Quote Jon : "A quick search for ""Industrial Power Systems Handbook" Beeman" returns some links for a pdf to download, they are from rapidshare and 4shared. Does the Beeman book discuss DC fault current studies at all? I guess I can't appreciate what the insight of the Beeman book is if it is focuses on AC analyses?

    Seems that there has been 50 years of follow-up in that area. But, DC fault current studies, now that's an area that appears to me to have had no follow-up since roughly ! You will surely make a lot of people happy if you can share with us your book in pdf format. I am not near my copy of the Industrial Handbook but I am pretty sure it has the explanation of power factor utilizing the mug of beer, no foam low power factor, lots of foam high power factor.

    In Chapter 8 on capacitors,it states w.

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    It was written long before the large increase in harmonic producing loads appeared on the electrical systems. By contrast the chapters on rotating plant look pretty good. BJC, isn't the beer analogy just the opposite Please, please, please, let's don't start the beerfoam discussion again, please. Do a search on it on this site. It has been hacked to death or I thought it was dead. I thought I understood power factor but one thing is confusing me.

    If I have equal parts foam and beer, then the ratio of beer volume to total volume is 0. But if I have equal parts real and reactive power, then the power factor is 0. I think maybe there must be some faulty assumption built into the sinusoidal steady state model that doesn't match the reality proven by suds and beer?

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    The great thing about the beer analogy is that if you find it confusing you can drink the beer and start over with a refill. After enough iterations Bill "Why not the best? Has anyone searched:? General electric power industrial system data book - Rapidshare Search.